After the shearing process, herdman fills the wool into a sack decorated with beautiful geometrical ornaments. Women wash the wool, leave them to dry on rocks and separate them. Shearing in autumn or spring affects the quality of the wool. In Qazakh school, pileless carpets were made of the wool sheared in spring, while piled carpets distinguished by their delicacy and geometrical ornaments were made of the wool sheared in autumn. Yet there was a long preparation process until that: as in the video, the dried wool was picked, carded with special combs, roved in spinning wheel to create hanks and later the thread was entered in copper pots to be dyed.